At Advance, we understand that you, or a loved one,
being diagnosed with dementia can be an
extremely upsetting and daunting experience.

What is Dementia?

Maintaining consistency is vital, remaining in familiar surroundings enables those suffering with dementia to access memories triggered by sentimental items, such a photos, alleviating feelings of confusions.

Our dedicated team offer tailored dementia care packages, that allows you or your loved one to continue living amongst the things and people they love the most.

There are over a hundred types of this illness. The team are experienced in providing support for people affected by Alzheimer’s, Frontal Temporal (also known as Picks), Lewy Body, Vascular, and many more.

Training for the team at Advance is extremely important, each of our support assistants goes through a rigorous training programme. Many become dementia champions.

Our support assistant can of course help with daily household tasks, like preparing meals, cleaning, the usual errands, and help with medication. However, as well as providing dementia care for our clients, our friendly support assistants also bond with our clients and companionship is a major element of the support. Simple things like having a meal together, going shopping, a walk in the park, visiting favourite places really help to enhance the lives of our clients.

We ensure that we provide consistency for our clients, by introducing them to support assistant who has been identified as the best person to care for them, as well as doing all we can to ensure that they will be cared for by that carer throughout their time with us. This allows them to bond and build up a relationship, as well as ensuring continuity’.

Contact Us

Learn more about dementia care support services from our expert team.

Find out more about Dementia from The Alzheimer’s Society.

For all general Enquiries

Our care

Supporting Independence At Home

Explore our care services.


Arthritis is a common, often lifelong, condition that is characterised by pain and inflammation in one or more joint.
Read more

Cancer Care

Those affected by cancer may require care and support on a daily basis in the form of medical support and symptom management, as well as home help and personal care.
Read more

Diabetes Care

Being diagnosed with diabetes means making significant changes to your lifestyle for the rest of your life.
Read more

Heart Conditions

Coronary heart disease (CHD) is the leading cause of death both in the UK and worldwide.
Read more

Motor Neurone Disease

Motor neurone disease (MND) is a life-changing condition that can be mentally and physically challenging for both those diagnosed and their loved ones.
Read more

Multiple Sclerosis

Being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) can have a significant impact on your daily life, both physically and mentally.
Read more

Muscular Dystrophy

Being diagnosed with Muscular Dystrophy (MD) can have a significant impact on your daily life, both physically and mentally.
Read more

Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease is a life-changing condition that can be emotionally and physically challenging.
Read more

Sensory Loss

Dual-sensory loss, or Deafblindness is a combination of both sight and hearing loss.
Read more

Spinal Injury

Suffering a spinal injury can be life-changing. It requires those affected to make significant physical, emotional and social adjustments, which can be a daunting prospect.
Read more


Suffering a stroke can be a life-changing event that is both emotionally and physically challenging.
Read more

Visual Impairment

Living with a visual impairment can be an isolating and frustrating experience, and can make daily tasks and activities challenging.
Read more
If you have any questions or would like more information, our advisors will be happy to help.
Let's talk

For all general enquiries